Computer Science & Engineering

Basic Sciences

The Basic Sciences department comprises of the three branches of Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry. They play a vital role in shaping the engineering knowledge acquisition and learning process. Basic science courses (Mathematics I to IV, Physics and Chemistry) provide foundational inputs and refresh +12 concepts. They are taught with the engineering point of view.

The department of Basic Sciences Engineering and Humanities is a first rostrum all the aspiring engineers step on to. It strongly believes that knowledge is the base of all basic sciences and it strives to achieve this power to its best. This Department is devoted to foster the fundamental principles and understanding of Science to enhance the students’ basic knowledge of Engineering. It offers excellent introductory courses in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English which will both instruct and stimulate students in all of the University's programs. The department believes that engineers are a significant source of technological innovation and expertise. To achieve this belief, the department continuously fosters students to focus on their brainpower on solving problems through the application of science and mathematics, discovering new ways to make life better for the general public. Students are guided by well experienced and highly qualified faculty members who strive to improve the students learning, research and development processes. The "spark" of creativity is a hallmark of the department and it endeavour to create the same zest amongst all the budding engineers and this process is unceasing.


VISION

To mold engineers into better professionals through effective mathematical thinking, multifaceted application of applied sciences to solve societal issues, fostering liberal arts in realistic situations and to inculcate interdisciplinary research.

MISSION

Department of Basic Science Engineering & Humanities is committed to :

M1 - Enriching Mathematical logic through a multi-disciplinary approach among students.

M2 - Augmenting the use of cutting edge technology and theoretical scientific concepts in the area of Applied Sciences.

M3 - Developing effective and ethical communication based on awareness of diverse perspectives, contexts and social identities.

M4 - Creating a culture that promotes critical consciousness and empathy at various personal, professional and civic contexts.

M5 - Nurturing the ability to perform interdisciplinary research.

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DEPARTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

The department has excellent state-of-the-art laboratories such as the Physics Lab, Chemistry Lab, Environmental Lab and Language Lab. Moreover, it encourages students to take up challenging projects in order to fine-tune their technical skills.

Faculty

Dr Nalinakshi N

Professor

Head-Department of Basic Science Engineering and Humanities

  • PhD in General and Applied Science(Fluid Mechanics), Visvesvaraya Technological University(VTU), Belagavi, Karnataka, INDIA
  • MPhil in Mathematics, Madhurai Kamaraj University, Madhurai, TamilNadu, INDIA
  • M.Sc. in Mathematics, Bangalore University, Bangalore, Karnataka, INDIA
  • Area of Research: Fluid Dynamics, Modelling of Physical fluid Flow Systems, CFD problems.
  • Member of ISTAM, IAENG and RMS
  • Books Published: International (one of the Global Edition Contributor):3 books,Pearson Publications
  • Published 12 papers in National and International Journals
  • Presented in 10 National and International Conferences including 2 Foreign Visits (1) Beijing, CHINA (2) Hawaii, USA
  • Delivered 02 Expert Talks, Attended 20 Faculty Development Programmes / Workshops/Symposium/Webinars
  • Experience: Teaching 23 years & Research -12 years.
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Photo Name Designation Specialisation Qualification Experience Profile
Dr. S Venkatesh Assistant Professor Chemistry B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Chemistry)
PhD
3 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Shivaraj M Watage Assistant Professor Physics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Physics)
PhD
1 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Prakashaiah B G Assistant Professor Chemistry B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Industial Chemistry)
PhD , NIT - Surathkal
2 Yrs View Profile
Dr. Divya Joseph Kayyunnapara Assistant Professor Partial Differential Equations M.Sc.
PhD
1 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Indira S Assistant Professor Fluid Mechanics M.Sc. 20Yrs View Profile
Mr Murali T G Assistant Professor Chemistry B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Industial Chemistry)
MPhil ( Chemistry)
13 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Umadevi R Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
12 Yrs View Profile
Mr Nagendra Naik K Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
8 Yrs View Profile
Ms Anu S Assistant Professor Finite Elements Methods M.Sc.
B.Ed.
7 Yrs View Profile
Ms V Shainy Mohan Assistant Professor Analytical Chemistry M.Sc. 7 Yrs View Profile
Mr Chethan P B Assistant Professor Physics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Physics)
5 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Kshama Jain Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
5 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Amrutha H S Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
4 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Kanchana S K Assistant Professor Physics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Physics)
4 Yrs View Profile
Mr Mahesh K S Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
4 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Arpita Kar Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
3 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Savitha V Assistant Professor Physics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Physics)
3 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Sushma B S Assistant Professor Chemistry B.Sc.
M.Sc. ( Chemistry)
2 Yrs View Profile
Ms Jeslin G Assistant Professor English Literture B.A.
M.A.(Gold Medalist)
PGDELT
2 Yrs View Profile
Mrs Eediga Anusha Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
1 Yrs View Profile
Ms Pavithra K Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
1 Yrs View Profile
Ms Ramya N Assistant Professor Mathematics B.Sc.
M.Sc. (Mathematics)
1 Yrs View Profile
Mr Venkateshwarlu Dasari Assistant Professor Micro & Nano Fabrication,
Spintronics, Magnonics,
Micromagnetic Simulations
M.Sc. 1 Yrs View Profile

INDUSTRY INTERFACE

Apart from academics the department often organises Guest Lectures and Seminars to enhance the learning experience of the students to a higher level. Eminent research scholars and industry experts are invited to address the students on multiple topics and areas of Engineering.

DEPARTMENT RESEARCH DETAILS

The department works towards fulfilling its mission through a synergistic combination of teaching and research. The department is packed with faculty from multiple areas of Engineering such as Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and English and they are motivated to take up reasearch activities in their specific areas of interest. Amongst a total of 18 faculties, 4 are doctorate holders and 5 are pursuing their PhD. The department also has a full-fledged Mathematics and Chemistry Research Centre, with Dr. Nalinakshi N guiding five research scholars in the area of Mathematics. Two research scholars in the field of Chemistry have registered in Chemistry Research centre. Faculty often engage themselves in research and publications and they have published more than 50 research papers at International and National levels and all of them have been acknowledged with good impact factor and high accord.

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